Pipsc Phoenix Agreement

Dezember 31, 2022 Allgemein 0

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat have agreed on a new system for the long-delayed Phoenix pay system.

The new system, called the Public Service Pay Centre Redevelopment (PSPCR), will replace the Phoenix pay system that has plagued thousands of public servants for years.

The Phoenix pay system was launched in 2016 and was designed to streamline the government`s payroll system. However, it failed to do so and instead left hundreds of thousands of public servants underpaid, overpaid, or not paid at all.

The PSPCR is an attempt to fix the problems created by Phoenix. The new system will be developed by IBM Canada, which will provide the technology and infrastructure needed to support the new system.

The new system is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2023, and a number of measures have been put in place to ensure that the system is successful.

The agreement between PSAC and the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat includes a number of provisions to ensure that the new system is successful. The agreement includes provisions for training, testing, and support for all employees who will be affected by the new system.

In addition, the agreement includes provisions for ongoing monitoring, reporting, and evaluation of the new system to ensure that it is functioning as intended.

The PSPCR also includes a number of measures to ensure that the problems created by Phoenix are never repeated. These measures include better data management and governance, improved communication between departments, and more rigorous testing and quality assurance.

The PSPCR is an important step forward for the Canadian public service. It shows that the government is committed to fixing the problems caused by Phoenix and to ensuring that public servants are paid accurately and on time.

Overall, the PSPCR is an important agreement that will benefit public servants across Canada. It is a significant investment in the future of the public service, and it shows that the government is committed to ensuring that public servants receive the pay they are entitled to.

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